Taking care of a baby with no yaya, working a full-time job, and managing a household. These things leave me with almost zero time for myself nowadays. Luckily, I have a supportive and hands-on husband who helps with our 6-month-old baby girl Cambria. We’re also fortunate enough to have a helper who focuses on laundry, feeding and bathing our pet dog and cat, Booboo and Bellatrix, and cleaning the whole #FraggyHome. On top of this, technology makes it more convenient for me to do things with just a few quick taps! And this includes doing the grocery. On days I forget to plan our meals or have nothing inside the refrigerator, I just open the Supah app on my phone. Supah is a grocery delivery app in the Philippines that delivers everything to your doorstep in 15 minutes.
Pioneers of 15-minute rapid grocery delivery in the Philippines
Supah guarantees quality grocery items delivered within 15 minutes. They cover a range of popular snacks, condiments, beverages, fresh produce, frozen goods, and more. Since Cambria started eating solids already, we’ve been feeding her vegetables daily. One time, I had no more fresh vegetables left and Supah came to the rescue. Thanks to their speedy service, I was able to prepare a broccoli purée. On the other hand, my husband and I enjoyed a healthy stir-fry broccoli dish.
This new grocery delivery app puts tremendous value on its customers’ time and needs. It makes doing the grocery effortless, time-saving, and economical. So it’s possible to attend to other things. It’s definitely perfect for busy people like me! They have an efficient ecosystem of suppliers, vendors, and riders to help them fulfill the 15-minute delivery without fees. However, should they miss the 15-minute promise for whatever reason, they are ready to compensate customers with a P500 rebate.
Where does Supah operate?
Supah operates daily from 7 to 2 in the morning. For now, they cover the following areas in Metro Manila: Makati City, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Pasig City, Mandaluyong City, San Juan City, Binondo district in the City of Manila, and both New Manila and Timog areas of Quezon City. To download the Supah app, visit linktr.ee/supahph. Meanwhile, to know more about this new grocery delivery app in the Philippines, visit their website at www.supah.ph. You can also follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.